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A gang bang (or gangbang) is a situation in which a person has sexual intercourse with multiple partners in turn or at the same time.

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A gangbang typically is a form of group sex where a person has sexual relations with three or more partners and is not to be confused with a threesome. Gangbangs vary in activity, but some gangbangs include sexual intercourse, anal sex, oral sex, and masturbation performed on a person.

In many gangbangs, vaginal intercourse and anal sex are combined, and performed on a woman by two men. This activity is called double penetration, and is sometimes accompanied by a woman giving a third man a blow job. In the case of all-male participants, the activity of double penetration takes on a different meaning: typically, it includes two men penetrating and performing anal sex on a man at the same time.

Gang bang pornography

Though there have been numerous gang bang pornographic films since the 1980s, they usually involve no more than half a dozen to a dozen men. But starting with The World's Biggest Gangbang (1995), starring Annabel Chong, the pornographic industry began producing a series of films ostensibly setting gangbang records for most consecutive sex acts by one person in a short period.

The films were financially successful, winning AVN Awards for the best selling pornographic films of their year; however the events were effectively un-officiated and the record breaking claims often misleading.

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